Camila Cabello addresses the most recent body shaming experience she had. It could be remembered that she was photographed a while back while running in her sports attire, because her stomach and stretch marks were showing.
The singer would not take the online comments, bordering on abusive from some, sitting down though. She hits back and says she's not going to feel ashamed about her "normal" body.
The "Senorita" singer is not just known for her powerful vocals, her expert dance moves, but also her fit body. She is however, made to feel bad lately just because she had a stomach in display while running. She said it's ironic that people chose to shame her when she's doing something to keep fit and healthy.
Essentially, the singer said that she's embracing her curves without shame, dropping an inspirational message to fans to do the same, i.e. to love their true selves, regardless of their size.
The singer, 24, took to TikTok Friday with a clip she titled, "i luv my body," revealing that people wanted to make her feel insecure about herself when she was out running.
"I was just running in the park minding my own business trying to be fit, trying to keep it healthy," the former Fifth Harmony member recalled. "And I am wearing a top that shows my belly," she said, while showing off her black crop top and workout pants.
She then explained how she could appear "fat" in the eyes of bashers.
"And I wasn't tucking it in, because I was running and existing like a normal person that doesn't tuck it in all the time," she said with an exaggerated tone and telling facial expressions.
"And I was like, 'Damn," she continued.
Thankfully, she got a hold of herself before her feelings get the best of her. "But then I reminded myself being at war with your body is so last season," she said.
"I am grateful for this body that lets me do what I need to do. We are real women with curves and cellulite and stretch marks and fat. And we gotta own that, baby," she powerfully concluded.
Of course, the singer had to sing. She ended the video with a some lines from En Vogue's "Giving Him Something He Can Feel," while running her hand up her stomach and chest.